The McGruff the Crime Dog people have launched a new PSA on safe firearms storage. The accompanying “safe firearms storage for dummies” website [250 views and counting] reveals the National Crime Prevention Council’s belief that all guns should be stored with a trigger or chamber lock in place. Really? “Remember to store the key safely after securing the lock,” the site cautions. Yes, there is that. How many keys would that be? And what about the masked elephant in the room? What if you need immediate access to a [loaded] firearm in a life-or-death emergency? So, do YOU store all your guns with a chamber or trigger lock, some or none? If you’d prefer not to answer that question with a personal pronoun, how would you recommend someone else to store their guns?